Finding a recipe in Google is not that hard - you mention an ingredient and they will start suggesting - but with the new Recipe View Google rolled out today you can filter those results by time to cook the meal, what ingredients to include or by how many calories it has.
Yes, Google wants to be the ultimate Foodie resource.
"Recipe View lets you narrow your search results to show only recipes, and helps you choose the right recipe amongst the search results by showing clearly marked ratings, ingredients and pictures. To get to Recipe View, click on the "Recipes" link in the left-hand panel when searching for a recipe. You can search for specific recipes like [chocolate chip cookies], or more open-ended topics--like [strawberry] to find recipes that feature strawberries, or even a holiday or event, like [cinco de mayo]. In fact, you can try searching for all kinds of things and still find interesting results: a favorite chef like [ina garten], something very specific like [spicy vegetarian curry with coconut and tofu] or even something obscure like [strange salad]," the Google Official Blog announced.
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